All good ideas start on paper, don't they? And what good idea would be worth its salt if it weren't scratched into being with a fine pencil, like this'n?
If the pen is mightier than the sword, where does that leave the humble pencil? We don’t know, but if the pencil in question is this dapper little number from Pentel, then we’re not too concerned about its hierarchal stance.
Sheathed in a plastic body with latex-free soft grip, the Pentel Twist-Erase III is a dazzlingly good pencil ideal for both professionals and casuals alike. Think of it as the Mustang of the pencil world — affordably priced and wickedly better than the hum-drum lead sticks proliferating the workspaces of the world.
Suitable for sketching, drafting and various other tasks requiring a stick that marks paper (it is a pencil, after all) expect clean lines and satisfying hand-feel. And if you make a mistake, the Twist-Erase comes into play, with a retractable eraser a slight twist away. Handy.
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